Steamtown's short train rides and excursions are available seasonally. Important note: Some of our train rides are wheelchair accessible. Please call 570-340-5200 for details.
Visitors hoping to visit the short train ride ("Scranton Limited") on select weekdays are strongly encouraged to contact the park at 570-340-5204 between 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at least one day prior to your visit. Sorry, internet and/or email sales are not available.
When operational, the "Scranton Limited" short train rides depart from the park's Museum Core Complex. This train ride encompasses a 3-mile, 30-minute round trip through the rail yards that crosses the Lackawanna River and passes the historic Radisson at Lackawanna Station hotel (former DL&W Railroad passenger station and offices), before stopping near the University of Scranton and beginning its return to the roundhouse boarding area. For the ride schedule, check our Monthly Scheduled Programs to verify operating days and times prior to your visit. (NOTE: The short train rides are sometimes cancelled when there are excursions scheduled on the same day.)
On some Sundays, the "Scranton Limited" will transform into the "Nay Aug Gorge Limited." This expanded ride will travel a bit further east along the former Pocono Mainline to the 755-foot Nay Aug Tunnel. Each trip will also feature an interpretive program by a park ranger or volunteer, and a brief stop above Nay Aug Park Gorge and Waterfall NNL which is located inside the City of Scranton's Nay Aug Park and the adjacent Everhart Museum.
The cost for both the "Scranton Limited" and "Nay Aug Gorge Limited" short train rides is $5.00 per person, all ages 6 and older; the park does not charge an entrance fee. (NOTE: The short train rides are sometimes cancelled when there are excursions scheduled on the same day.)
You can check out our 2018 July excursion schedule and/or our 2018 August and September excursion schedule for the season for the planning of your visit as well as information about our fees and passes. Locations and destinations are subject to change.